Players will soon have the opportunity to catch Mewtwo, but doing so won't be quite as simple as with previous Legendaries. Players at the Pokémon GO Stadium event in Yokohama, Japan were given a shot to fight and catch one just earlier today.
Pokemon GO players are now locked in a debate about whether exclusive raids are a good or bad thing, but either way, Mewtwo is still coming.
Trainers are invited to Exclusive Raid Battles if they participated in a Raid Battle recently at that particular Gym. The invites will let players know in advance when the Exclusive Raid Battle will occur, which means they will have plenty of time to round up all of his/her buddies and prepare for the capture.
In the past two days, the rise in Google searches for Mewtwo in the Pokemon GO universe have expanded wildly. And why are the Legendary Birds still in the game - not like we previously discussed!?
Pokemon GO looks to evolve the standards of their game over time, including recent improvements to gameplay and additional features through updates. That should make Pokemon GO trainers around a bit jealous that what is possibly the ultimate LegendaryPokemon has been made available only there.
In "Pokemon GO", Exclusive Raid Battles work slightly differently from the typical Raid Battles. Basically, a player will get a successful catch if the RNG is within a certain range, which is expanded based on the number of bonuses a player has. Niantic also released again the other four Legendaries. The website added that Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres and Lugia will be available in Raid Battles from August 14-31.